No stopping Coppen in champs tie
YOUNG bowler Matt Coppen came through a tough first round encounter with Roebuck s Steve Kilford to reach the next round of the Champion of Champions. In a close game early on, Coppen upped the tempo and pulled away in the second half to win 21-13. Bery
YOUNG bowler Matt Coppen came through a tough first round encounter with Roebuck's Steve Kilford to reach the next round of the Champion of Champions.
In a close game early on, Coppen upped the tempo and pulled away in the second half to win 21-13.
Beryl Huckle, Eileen and Don Sheriff, and skip Stewart Brown competed in the National Mixed Fours against Whitehorn of Letchworth, and led Royston to a 21-10 victory.
Elsewhere, skip Charles Gifford led his side to a 31-11 victory over Bishop's Stortford in a four-rink friendly. Overall, Royston beat Stortford 79-54.
Letchworth & District Bowling Association also came to Royston for a friendly triples game. And it was more success for Royston as they won on five rinks, easing home 107-61.
It was also good news for Royston Vets, who played a five- rink mixed triples against Three Horseshoes of Stevenage.
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Royston lost only one rink, and romped to a 36-shot victory, 94-58.